Paul Share specializes in interim management and enhancing profitability and liquidity to both under-performing and performing companies. His responsibilities have included operational turnarounds, acquisitions and divestitures, liquidations, and management of out-of-court and chapter 11 restructurings. Mr. Share’s experience includes Interim CFO and Interim VP of Finance assignments for private equity portfolio companies.
Through his work on a multi-family cabinet manufacturer and a critical power supply company, Mr. Share earned Conway MacKenzie the Small Company Transaction of the Year (<$50 million) from the National Turnaround Management Association and Georgia Mid-Size Company Turnaround of the Year (<$300 million) from the Georgia Turnaround Management Association, respectively. In addition, Mr. Share has been recognized by Turnarounds & Workouts as People to Watch Business Professionals Making Their Mark, Commercial Finance Association’s inaugural 40 under 40, M&A Advisor’s 40 under 40 Emerging Leaders and the University of Florida as an Outstanding Young Alumni. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor and a Chartered Global Management Accountant.
As Interim CFO of TestAmerica Laboratories, Inc., Mr. Share helped increase annualized EBITDA and liquidity by 10% and $3 million, respectively, through vendor negotiations and re-sourcing as well as working with the banks through liquidity constraints. In addition, he helped Management evaluate a merger with a competitor where he vetted a synergy analysis and identified over $15 million in potential opportunities.
As Interim VP of Finance position at Trinity Services Group for 20 months, Mr. Share helped integrate two acquisitions and improve EBITDA by over 200%. Mr. Share lead or assisted with footprint consolidation, $9 million of synergy execution, $5 million of working capital improvement strategies, $3 million re-souring the supply chain and reducing costs on existing materials, $2 million in price increases, $1 million of SG&A rationalization and lead a $200 million dividend recapitalization strategy with a new lender.